Farmers Markets in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam — Plus, What Vendors are Where


Just a few years ago, you had to go out of your way to shop for locally grown vegetables, humanely raised meat and fresh fish from local waters.

This week, you shouldn’t have any problem whatsoever.

More than 40 farmers markets are open throughout the Lower Hudson Valley, and hundreds of vendors are bringing produce at its peak (or meat at its prime or flowers at their freshest) to a parking lot near you. There’s a market on almost every day of the week — some twice a week — and in almost every corner of our three counties.

At many, you’ll find familiar faces and products: Bread Alone, the artisanal bread maker from Boiceville, N.Y., is at 16 different markets; the Orchards of Concklin, an apple farm in Pomona that has been around since 1712, is at six. But each market has unique vendors, too. Only at Pleasantville, for example, can you find Rainbeau Ridge goat cheese. And only at the new market at PepsiCo in Purchase can you get Hudson Valley Fresh sour cream, which is 40 percent cream rather than the 10 percent to 15 percent that’s in most of our sour creams.

And it’s easier than ever before to find fresh fish (Pura Vida Fisheries is at Palisades, Pleasantville, Cold Spring, Irvington and Hastings-on-Hudson; Plates is in Larchmont) and hormone-free, grass-fed beef (almost every market has at least one vendor). Even prepared-food vendors, such as True Foods (Nyack and Hastings) and Block Factory Tamales (Cold Spring) have gone local, using seasonal food from farmers.

This year, three new markets have opened: Valley Cottage in Rockland (plus, Palisades extends into summer for the first time); Armonk (which goes by North Castle in our listings); and Purchase (at PepsiCo) in Westchester.

But there’s something new to explore at all the markets. Check out our list below — and have fun shopping local, all summer long.

This list was reported and written by Bill Cary, Karen Croke, Liz Johnson, Peter D. Kramer, Linda Lombroso, Mary Lynn Mitcham, Heather Salerno and Chris Serico. If your favorite market was not listed, please e-mail me son at

The list, by date, and with all the vendors, after the jump.



Spring Valley

8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. July 7 through Nov. 10. Parking lot below the Post Office at 7 N. Madison Ave. 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Alex’s Tomato Farm (fruits, plants, vegetables); J. Glebocki Farm (cut flowers, herbs, vegetables).



8 a.m.-2 p.m. through Nov. 25 (the last market is on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving). Parking lot in front of Riverspace, between Main Street and Artopee Way. 845-353-2221.

Vendors: A Reason to Season (spices); B&B Jams; BlueField Farm (flowers and plants); Dines Farms (poultry, meat, eggs); Doc Pickle; Gardiner Eucalyptus; Meredith’s Bread/Horn of Plenty (baked goods); Nanny’s Cookies; Panzarella Foods (bread, mozzarella, crabcakes); Pie Lady and Son; R&G Produce; Taliaferro Farms (organic produce); The Orchards of Concklin (fruit, baked goods); Sprout Creek Farm (cheeses); True Food (seasonal and organic prepared foods); Valley Shepherd Creamery (cheeses); Warwick Valley Winery.

New this year: The Pie Lady & Son, A Reason to Season, Sprout Creek Farm and Bluefield Farm are new vendors. Also, there will be free parking from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Artopee parking lot (not Main Street) through the end of the season.



9 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 20. Palisades Community Center, 675 Oak Tree Road. 845-359-3988,

Vendors: Pura Vida Fisheries (fish from the waters off Long Island); Balthazar Bakery (artisan breads, croissants and bakery items); Gajeski Produce (greens, vegetables, strawberries); Ronnybrook Farm Dairy (milk, yogurt, butter, creme fraiche, cheese); Dines Farms (chicken, beef, sausage, hot dogs); Dr. Pickle (pickles and pickled peppers, olives, sauerkraut); Marika’s Sweet & Savory (empanadas, galettes, cupcakes and more); Cascade Mountain Winery (red and white wine, wine mustard, organic olive oil); B & B Jams; Guyank Brand Hot Sauce; Bombay Emerald Chutney; Mama Earth (gluten-free bakery); Grounded Coffee Catering (fair trade coffee and tea as well as cafe au lait and cappuccino); Sprout Valley and Nettle Creek cheeses.

What’s new: The market, originally an indoor winter market, moved outdoors for the first time this year. At 11 a.m. most Saturdays, there will be events such as solar energy demonstrations, environmental organizations, Cornell Cooperative Extension, compost demonstrations. In the fall, try the Farmers Market dinner, serving seasonal foods made from ingredients offered at the market.


9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. through Oct. 23. Orange Avenue at Lafayette and Wayne streets. 845-598-1473.

Vendors: Aunt Vicky’s Bickys (dog treats), Auntie El’s, Burt’s Mountain Honey, Breezie Maples Farm (maple syrup), Breezy Hill Orchard (fruit), Coventry Body Care, Do Re Me Farms (produce), Emmaline’s Hot Sauce, Hudson Valley Pantry, Janet’s Quality Baked Goods, Kitchen Garden (produce), Little Bake Shop, Lynn Haven (cheeses), Meredith’s Bread/Horn of Plenty, Nanny’s Cookies/Mostly Myrtles, Panzarella Foods, Pennings Orchard (fruit), Pickle Licious (pickles), Sleepy Hills Orchard (fruit), Tonjes Farm Dairy cheese and yogurt, Whitecliff Vineyard (wines).

New this year: In addition to edible treats for humans, the market also reaches out to man’s best friend this year. Dog treats will be available through Aunt Vicky’s Bickys. Also new to the market are weekly children’s events, which will include educational and arts/craft programs and activities. They’ll be part of an entertainment lineup of music and cooking demonstrations.



West Broad Street and Maple Avenue. 845-429-0300. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 14.

Vendor: Do-Ri-Me Farms (vegetables and greens).

New this year: The Greater Haverstraw Chamber of Commerce is taking over the market.


9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. M&T Bank Parking Lot, Piermont Avenue and Ash Street (at 527 Piermont Ave.). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Benmarl Winery; Bodhitree Farm (cut flowers, fruit, vegetables); Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Calcutta Kitchens (prepared foods); Dines Farm; Doc Pickle; Guyank Brand (specialty foods); Jamaica Dream Farm (cut flowers); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Migliorelli Farm (fruit, vegetables); Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Valley Shepherd Creamery (cheese and dairy); Yona’s Gourmet Delights (prepared foods).

New this years: Bodhitree Farm and Yona’s.

Valley Cottage

9 a.m.-1 p.m. through September. Town commuter lot, 1 New Lake Road. 845-268-5511.

Vendors: Dines Farm (poultry, beef, lamb, rabbit, chicken sausage); Guyank’s Brand Hot Sauce; Meredith’s Bread (artisan breads, pastries); Misty’s Greenhouse (vegetables and greens); Pickle Licious; Sleepy Hills Orchard (flowers, stone fruits, apples); The Little Shop (fruit pies and tarts).

What’s new: This is the first year for the market.

Westchester and Putnam



Farmers Market at PepsiCo: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Nov. 16. 800 Anderson Hill Road. 845-520-6502. On Facebook: Farmers Market @ PepsiCo.

Vendors: Migliorelli Farms (130 varieties of fruits and vegetables); Northwind Farm (free-range poultry, eggs, pork and grass-fed beef); Hudson Valley Fresh (milk and sour cream from Hudson Valley); Hudson Valley Fiber Farm (locally produced yarn); All You Knead Bakery (artisan breads made from wheat produced in Dutchess County); Spacey Tracy’s Pickles (a former Rye Brook resident’s pickles); Late Bloomer Farm (heirloom tomato plants, microgreen blends, garlic scapes); cheeses from Sprout Creek Farm and Old Chatham Sheepherding Co.

What’s new: This is the first year for the market.



9 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays through Nov. 20. Brewster Village Hall parking lot at the intersection of Route 22 and Route 6. 914-671-6262.

Vendors: Missy’s Farm Stand & Greenhouse (produce); Cheese & More; Ryder Farm (organic produce); Bluestone Farm (produce); Tello’s Farm (eggs); the Groovy Baker; Clean Ridge Soap; Hummingbird Ranch (maple syrup and honey products).


1:30-6:30 p.m. through Nov. 17. Municipal lot on Municipal Place and Riverside Ave. 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Baked by Susan (chutney); Bread Alone (artisan bread); Doc Pickle; Dutch Desserts (tarts); Hodgson Farm (cut flowers, fruit, herbs, vegetables); Kiernan Farm (beef, honey, sausage); Little Seed Gardens (organic produce); Meredith’s Bread (baked boods); Migliorelli Farm (fruit, meat, vegetables); Millbrook Vineyards & Winery; Newgate Farm (baked goods, fruit, plants, vegetables); Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Yona’s Gourmet Delights (prepared foods).

New this year: New vendors include Baked by Susan, which is from Yorktown Heights; and Yona’s, which comes from Brooklyn.


3:30-7:30 p.m. through October, in the back lot of the Main Street School (101 Main St.). 914-478-8068.

Vendors: Common Ground Farms (organic greens, wildflowers); Roaming Angus (grass-fed beef, free-range chickens, bacon, eggs); Ronnybrook Dairy (yogurts, creme fraiche, milk); Cascade and Benmarl wineries; Concklin Orchards (apples, berries, pears, pies, honey, peanut butter); Clean Ridge Soap Company (soaps and body lotions made with herbs and flowers from local farms); Platte Clove Granola; Bread Alone Bakery; Panzarella (Italian breads, mozzarella, soups and pasta); True Foods (organic, local prepared salads, burritos, wraps); Pura Vida fish; Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Hudson Valley Duck (occasional vendor); Big Girl Bakery (cheesecake, biscotti, cookies, granola); Dutch Desserts (European-style tarts); Honey Locust Farmhouse (organic teas, lettuces, herbs, elderberry syrup, honey); Hummingbird Ranch (honey, maple syrup).

New this year: Tierra Farm, (organic, raw and roasted nuts); Calcutta Kitchens (Indian-style chutneys, soups, simmer sauces); Buddhapesto (yes, they make pesto); Little Croc Bakehouse, (whimsical baked goods, some vegan and gluten-free); Kontoulis Family olive oil; Red Jacket Orchards; Grammy’s Gardens (wildflowers, hanging plants, herbs); Mountain Products Smokehouse Products (smoked cheeses, bacon, fish, meats).

More reason to go: Beside being a retail opportunity, this farm market has become a defacto social event. There’s live music and story telling at 5:30 p.m. Folks have been known to bring a blanket and call it a picnic. And why not? You can pick up a ready-to-eat dinner from Chutney Masala or Mr. G’s Rotisserie Chicken, pluck some bread from the baskets at Bread Alone, and finish off with a home-baked dessert from Big Girl Bakery or Little Crocodile Bakehouse.

Putnam Valley

3-7 p.m. through Dec. 15. Lake Peekskill Community Center, No. 7 Northway. 845-528-0066.

Vendors: Homestead Farm (produce, honey); Cheryl Michner (free-range eggs, goat cheese); Toni Speno (baked goods, hand crafts); Eric Arctander (tapenade, olives, spices, yogurt, Amish cheeses); Linda Cascioli (handmade necklaces); Paula Bodger (made-to-order paintings and crafts); Andrew Pietris (olive oil); Victor Tishup (organic vegetables and herbs); Herbst Companies (organic candles and body scrubs); Maureen Bloesch (unique egg art); Leland Farms (pickles, chocolates); Noreen Van Valkenburgh (organic fruit, vegetables and pies).

What’s new: Weather permitting, the market will move outdoors to the center’s adjacent parking lot.

White Plains

8 a.m.-4 p.m. through Nov. 24. Corner of Court and Quarropas streets. 914-422-1411.

Vendors: This year’s vendor list was still being compiled as of press time, but expect plenty of produce, breads, cheeses, olive oil and vinegar, smoothies, desserts and organic nuts, to name a few.

New this year: The location shifts from Main Street to the corner of Court and Quarropas streets. Also new: An initiative to keep the focus on the food. For the first time, all vendors at the White Plains Farmers Market must exclusively sell edible items.


North Castle

3-7 p.m. through Oct. 28. Kent Place parking lot in Armonk, between Main Street and the North Castle Public Library. 914-456-9744.

Vendors: Adair Vineyard; Benmarl Winery; Big Girl Bakery (prepared baked goods); Breezy Hill Orchards (seasonal fruits and baked goods); Calcutta Kitchen (Indian cuisine with local vegetables); Dutch Desserts (tarts with seasonal fruits); Humming Bird Ranch (maple syrup and honey); Madura Farms (seasonal vegetables); Next Generation Farm (cut flowers, herbs, salad greens); North Winds Lavender Farm (lavender and other lavender goods); Pickle-Licious (pickles and olives); A Cooperative Table (cheese, olive oil and artisan bread); Thornwood Farms (pork, chicken, eggs); Krazy for Kazu (all-natural salad dressings and barbecue sauces).

New this year: This is the market’s first year, and area musicians will be on hand most weeks to entertain shoppers, including talented young performers from local schools.


St. John’s Church Farmers Market: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 8-Nov. 18. 1 Hudson St. 914-963-3033.

Vendors: Healthway Farms (vegetables, fruit), Sleepy Hill Orchards (vegetables, fruit, plants), Do-Re-Me Farms (vegetables, fruit), Maple Ridge Produce (vegetables, fruit), Ma Chu Wong (handbags, scarfs, tops), Hu Xiao Ping (handbags, cell phone accessories, novelty items), Flavia Angel Guizman (jewelry), Chi Chi Uiuche (bags, scarves) Marcella Quazda (craft items), Agnes Clarke (jewelry), Mary Lawson, Charlotte Kukla, Victor Blackman (scented oils, incense), St. John’s Bread Stall (bread, rolls, jams), St. John’s Refreshment Stand (pastries, hamburgers, hot dogs, soda, corn, snacks).

New this year: All vendors are required to have a license, so they must apply through St. John’s before appearing at the market. Applications for new vendors will continue to be accepted throughout the season.


Dobbs Ferry

10 a.m.- 4 p.m. through October. Cedar and Main streets. 914-231-8502.

Vendors: Westchester Greenhouses and Farm (vegetables, flowers, exotic fruits); Butch & Barbie (organic and natural food for cats and dogs); Benmarl Winery (locally grown wines from Marlboro, N.Y.); Pickles, Olives Etc. (pickles and olives from 12 countries); Hoboken Farms (mozzarella, breads, homemade ravioli, marina sauces, plus steaks, free-range chicken pot pies from Griggs Town Quail and Poultry Farm).


Project Renewal Farm Stand, at St. Christopher’s Inn, 21 Franciscan Way, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridays and Sundays; at the Highland Land Trust, Route 9D and Snake Hill Road, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays. 845-335-1141. Through mid-October. Includes produce grown at the Project Renewal farm on land owned by the Garrison Golf Course and the land trust.

New this year: More potted plants and hanging baskets.

New Rochelle

8 a.m.-3 p.m. through Nov. 19. Library Green, Huguenot and Lawton streets (near 264 Huguenot St.). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Alex’s Tomato Farm (fruit, plants vegetables); Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Dagele Brothers Produce; Gajeski Produce; Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Wright Farms (fruit, specialty foods, vegetables); Yona’s Gourmet Delights (prepared foods).

New this year: Wright Farms and Yona’s are new vendors.

Pocantico Hills

Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture Farmers Market, 630 Bedford Road. 914-366-6200. 2-4 p.m. Fridays through Nov. 19, 1-4 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 20, 2-4 p.m. Sundays through Nov. 21.

Vendors: Stone Barns farm vegetables (salad mix, arugula, escarole, radishes, herbs, edible flowers), eggs, meat (pork, lamb, grass-fed beef, chickens, turkey parts), wool blankets, organic baked goods from Red Barn Bakery. Vegetable and meat selections will change through the summer. Fresh fruit and juices from Red Jacket Orchards (first Saturday of the month).

New this year: Through a partnership with Cornell University, farmers are growing 25 unreleased tomato varieties selected for flavor, vigor and resistance to the major diseases that afflict tomato plants in the Northeast. Includes plum and cluster varieties and the hybrid Magic Mountain. Additional trials with Cornell this season include winter squash, white cucumbers, peppers and peas.

Putnam Valley

3-7 p.m. from June 25 through Oct. 22. Tompkins Corners Methodist Church, 729 Peekskill Hollow Road. 845-528-0066.

Vendors: Homestead Farm (produce, honey); Cheryl Michner (free-range eggs, goat cheese); Toni Speno (baked goods, hand crafts); Eric Arctander (tapenade, olives, spices, yogurt, Amish cheeses); Linda Cascioli (handmade necklaces); Paula Bodger (made-to-order paintings and crafts); Andrew Pietris (olive oil); Victor Tishup (organic vegetables and herbs); Herbst Companies (organic candles and body scrubs); Maureen Bloesch (unique egg art); Leland Farms (pickles, chocolates); Noreen Van Valkenburgh (organic fruit, vegetables and pies).

Yorktown Heights

Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368. 10-6 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 23.

Vendor: Hilltop Hanover is Westchester’s only county-owned working farm, a 60-acre spread straddling Hanover Street. While it is not certified organic, farmers use organic methods. As a farm stand, not a farmers market, expect the offerings to vary as the season progresses. As the season gets under way, expect to find herbs, scallions, collard greens, kale, bok choy, beets, Swiss chard, greens, lettuce and spinach. Later, expect a rotating array of produce grown on the premises. Sugar-snap peas are a favorite. The farm is open seven days a week for trail-hiking and picnics and for school groups to let kids get in touch with the soil. Corporate events are also held there.

New this year: Volunteer Patti Shulman of Yorktown Heights says walking the farm “brings a calm to your whole being.” She’s working to form a Friends of Hilltop Hanover Farm group of like-minded volunteers.



(See Wednesday.)


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 20. Stone Place at Paxton Avenue, 914-479-2246 or

Vendors: Black Lab Naturals (regular and gluten-free granola and bars); Bombay Emerald Chutney Company; Benmarl Winery; Cascade Mountain Winery; Clean Ridge Soap Company (handmade bar and liquid soaps, soy wax candles, scented oils and diffusers, lotions, lip balm, using local plants); Doc Pickle; Dutch Desserts (tarts); Go-Go Pops (fresh fruit ice pops made by hand from local, seasonal fruits); Grammy’s Garden (field cut fresh flowers); Hudson Milk Company (bottled milk, butter, yogurt, cheeses, jams, muesli); Hummingbird Ranch (honey and honey products) M&M Italian Provisions; MW Kids (baby food made from fruits and vegetables from the Bronxville Farmers’ Market farmers); Maupston Design Studio (hand spun knitting yarn using exotic and luxury fibers, mostly from local animals); Morgiewicz Produce Inc. (fourth generation family-run produce black dirt farm); Mostly Myrtle’s (biscookies, gluten-free, spiced nuts, organic coffee, specialty teas); North Winds Farm (lavender plants and products); The Orchards of Concklin (fruits, baked goods); Panzarella Foods (plain and smoked mozzarella, breads, Maryland champagne crab cakes); Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Rockhill Bake House (crusty breads and baked goods); Shireforge Farm (heirloom vegetables); Simply Valley (cheeses from local companies); Veritas Farms (pasture raised beef, pork, duck, turkey and chicken, vegetables, cage-free eggs).

New this year: New vendors include Black Lab Naturals; Go-Go Pops; Grammy’s Garden, M&M Italian Provision; MW Kids; North Wind Farms, Shireforge Farm and Simply Valley.

Cold Spring

8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. through October. Parking lot at former Butterfield Hospital, Route 9D and Paulding Avenue. 845-265-3611.

Vendors: All You Knead Artisan Bakers; Block Factory Tamales (tamales made using locally grown vegetables and all natural beef, pork, chicken and lamb); Bread Alone (bread and other baked goods); Breezy Hill Orchard & Cider Mill & Knollcrest Farm (apples, cider, pies and other baked goods, salsa, Knollcrest eggs); Butter Babies Soap (all-natural handmade soap); Dutch Desserts (tarts); E.B.’s Golden Harvest (honey, maple, herbal tinctures, vegetables, cookbooks); Four Winds Farm (organic vegetables, chicken, beef, lamb and pork); Full Moon Farm (grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken); Go-Go Pops & Go-Go Joe (popsicles, fair-trade coffee, Southern [savory]biscuits); Grammy’s Garden (fresh cut and dried flowers); Kessman Farms (sweet corn, vegetables); Krazy for Kazu’s (specialty sauces and dressings); Lanza Farm & Three Chicks Sugar Shack (maple syrup, baked goods); Madura Farm (mushrooms, vegetables); Morgiewicz Produce (vegetables); Pura Vida Fisheries (wild-caught fish and seafood from Suffolk County); Simple Valley co-op (Sprout Creek Farm cheese, Highland Farm venison, Old Chatham Sheepherding Co cheese, Rock & Roll Bakery); White Oak Apiary (honey and honey related products); Willow Tree Flower Farm (florist quality potted plants); Wintergreens CSA (baby greens baby food, quick pickled and dehydrated items, tofu and seitan); White Cliff Vineyards; Cascade Mountain Winery; Palaia Vineyards Winery; Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery.

New this year: A new location with lots more space. New vendors are Full Moon Farm; Grammy’s Garden; Pura Vida Fisheries, which sells Captain Rick Lofstad Jr.’s wild-caught fish and seafood from the waters off Suffolk County, Long Island; and Block Factory Tamales, which are made using locally grown vegetables from Eger Brothers Farm in Greenport, N.Y., and all-natural beef, pork, chicken and lamb from Van Wie Natural Foods Stockport, N.Y.


9 a.m.-4 p.m. through Oct. 30. Elm Place next to CVS. 914-592-6555. Parking is available at the Elmsford Community Senior Center at 10 North Stone Ave.

Vendor: Westchester Greenhouse and Farm (vegetables, flowers, exotic fruits).


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 20. Hartsdale Train Station parking lot. 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Bread Alone (artisan bread); Burt’s Mountain Honey; Calcutta Kitchens (prepared foods); Doc Pickle; Mead Orchards (fruit, vegetables); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Millbrook Vineyards.

New this year: No new vendors this year, but the market opens Saturday with a live concert with Matt Turk at 10 a.m.


8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. through Nov. 21. 7 Maple Ave. (in the library parking lot, but parking is suggested in the MetroNorth commuter lot). 914-478-8068.

Vendors: Benmarl Winery; Bienvenue Catering; Bombay Emerald Chutney Co. (chutneys, samosa); Bread Alone bakery; Cowberry Crossing; Dutch Desserts; Grammy’s Gardens (wildflowers, hanging plants, herbs); Guyank Brand (hot and sweet pepper sauces); Hastings Station Cafe; Honey Locust Farm House: KFG Olive Oil; Lasagna Preziosa (homestyle lasagna); Let it Bee; Madura Farms; Meredith’s Bread; Morgiewicz Produce Inc.; Mountain Products Smokehouse (smoked cheeses, bacon, fish, meats); Panzarella; Pickle Licious; Pika’s Farm Table; Pura Vida Fishery; Red Jacket Orchards; Rexcroft Farms; Roaming Angus Farms (grass-fed beef, free-range chickens, bacon, eggs); Orchards of Concklin.

New this year: Tierra Farms, (organic, raw and roasted nuts); Calcutta Kitchens (Indian-style chutneys, soups, simmer sauce); Buddhapesto (pesto); Steve Geisel, a.k.a., The Jam Man (homemade jams packed with fruit and flavor); Clean Ridge Soap Company (soaps and body lotions made with herbs and flowers from local farms)


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Metro North parking deck No. 3 off Chatsworth Avenue (near 1 Railroad Way). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Adair Vineyard; Bisou and Tartine (baked goods); Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Burt’s Mountain Honey; Calcutta Kitchens (prepared foods); Coach Farm (goat cheese, yogurt); Cooperstown Cheese Company; Doc Pickle; Flourish Baking Company; Gaia’s Breath Farm (cheese, meat, organic produce); Guyank Brand (specialty foods); Kiernan Farm (beef, honey, sausage); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Lani’s Farm (fruit, vegetables); Migliorelli Farm (fruit, vegetables); Millbrook Vineyards; Newgate Farm (baked goods, fruit, plants, vegetables); Orwasher’s Bakery (artisanal bread); Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Plates (baked goods, fish); Sugar and Spice Bakeshop; The Orchards of Concklin (baked goods, fruit); Thornwood Farm (eggs, pork, poultry); Tierra Farm (organic nuts).

New this year: Cooperstown Cheese Company is a new vendor.

Mount Kisco

8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, 351 Main St. 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Adair Vineyards; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Calcutta Kitchens (prepared food); Gajeski Produce (herbs, vegetables); Horman’s Best Pickles; Kiernan Farm (beef, honey, maple products, sausage); Mariaville Farm (eggs, lamb, pork, poultry); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Merriweathers Inc. (cosmetics); Migliorelli Farm (fruit, vegetables); Newgate Farm (baked goods, fruit, plants, vegetables); Tierra Farm (organic nuts).

New this year: Mariaville Farm is a new vendor.


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. through Dec. 18. Corner of Main and Spring streets (near the Ossining Post office at 100 Main St.). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Benmarl Winery; Bombay Emerald Chutney Company; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Breezy Hill Orchard (baked goods, fruit); Calcutta Kitchens (prepared foods); Calkins Creamery (cheese); Coach Farm (goat cheese, yogurt); Dines Farm (poultry, meat, eggs); Feather Ridge Farm (eggs, poultry); Mead Orchards (fruit, vegetables); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Merriweather’s Inc. (cosmetics); Millbrook Vineyard; Pickle Licious; Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Pura-Vida Fisheries; R&G Produce; Taliaferro Farms (organic produce, fruit, flowers); Tierra Farm (nuts).


8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. through Nov. 20. Bank and Main St. 914-737-2780. Free parking.

Vendors: Clean Ridge Soap (body lotions, soaps); Bread Alone (bread, pastries); Up Hill Farm (beef, chicken, pork, veal, lamb); Health Way Farm (fruits, flowers, vegetables, including 12 different kinds of potatoes); Hummingbird Ranch (honey products); Ross Nursery and Landscaping (flowers, plants, topiaries); Saratoga Peanut Butter (roasted-nut peanut butter products); Panzarella Foods (fresh mozzarella, fresh pastas, breads); Pazdar Winery (homemade wine); Pickle Licious (pickles, pickle pops, olives, pickled onions); Rolling Ridge Farms (fruits, vegetables, flour-free cakes and pies, dessert breads, jams and jellies); Tierra Farm (nut butters and spreads); Olive Oil of the World (7 different kinds of imported olive oil). Fire trucks and ambulance corps are there, too. They let kids climb on the trucks. Live music every week.

New this year: Ross Nursery, Saratoga Peanut Butter, Up Hill Farm, Olive Oil of the World. Cornell Extension Master Gardener Pat Reber will have a booth — you can get free gardening advice about your flowers, plants and compost.


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Memorial Plaza off Manville Road (near 42 Memorial Plaza). 914-923-4837. or

Vendors: Benmarl Winery; Bialas Farm (fruit, herbs, vegetables); Bobolink Dairy (artisanal bread and cheese); Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Bread Alone; Buddhapesto; Calcutta Kitchens (prepared foods); Cowberry Crossing (meat, vegetables); Dines Farm (meat, poultry, eggs); Dutch Desserts (tarts); Feather Ridge Farm (eggs, poultry); Guyank Brand (specialty foods); Kiernan Farm (beef, honey, sausage); Little Seed Gardens (organic produce); Mead Orchards (fruit, vegetables); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Merriweather’s Inc. (cosmetics); Newgate Farm (baked goods, fruit); Pickle Licious; Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Pura Vida Fisheries; Rainbeau Ridge (goat cheese); Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Trotta Foods (prepared foods); Wiltbank Farm (herbs, mushrooms).

New this year: The market re-oriented itself so that the stands face each other in the parking lot, rather than along the sidewalk by the train tracks. There’s also a food truck this year, which cooks take-away breakfast and lunch foods sourced from market vendors. There will be cooking demonstrations by local chefs on June 26, July 31 and Sept. 11.

Pocantico Hills

(See Friday.)


9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. through Nov. 20. Village Hall lower parking, 1001 Post Road. 914-456-9744.

Vendors: Adair Vineyard; Benmarl Winery; Big Girl Bakery (baked goods); Breezy Hill Orchards (fruit, baked goods); Kontulis Family Olive Oil; Humming Bird Ranch (maple syrup and honey); Madura Farms (vegetables and mushrooms); Morgavich Farm (vegetables); Next Generation Farm (cut flowers, herbs, salad greens); North Winds Lavender Farm (culinary lavender and other assorted lavender goods; Pickle-Licious (pickles and olives); Sprout Creek Farm, Harpersfield and Old Chatham Sheepherding Farm, Nettle Meadow (award winning cheeses, artisanal breads); Tierra Farms (organic nuts); Thornwood Farms (pork, chicken, eggs); Krazy for Kazu (salad dressings, barbecue sauces).

What’s new: Beginning in July, Calcutta Kitchen will join the market, selling prepared Indian food made with local vegetables.

South Salem

Gossett’s Farm Market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. year-round. 1202 Route 35 (at Gossett Brothers Nursery) 914-763-3001.

Vendors: Madura Farms (organic vegetables, gourme

mushrooms and free-range eggs); Seatuck (fresh seafood); Grazin Angus Acres (grass-fed organic and certified humanely raised Angus beef, non-homogenized milk in glass bottles, artisan cheeses); Gossett’s Nursery (herbs, flowers, bedding plants, trees, shrubs, greenhouse supplies); Gaia’s Breath Farm (organic, grass-fed meats, artisan goat cheeses, Araucana chicken eggs); Wave Hill Breads (local artisan breads, balsamic vinegar); Renee’s Homemade Jams & Jellie’s; Go-Go Pops Coffee (homemade, real fruit ice pops; baked goods; locally roasted, organic, fair-trade coffee); The Farmer’s Daughter (homemade mozzarella, sauces, pesto, desserts and pickles); And the Beads Go On (handmade beaded jewelry, every other week): Pickle Licious (pickles, olives, sundried tomatoes and sauerkrauts); Bongo & Capacci (fresh pasta, sauces); Mama Earth (gluten-free cookies, muffins, truffles); The Bee Guy (honey, beeswax candles, and beekeeping supplies from Guy Hodges apiary); Clean Ridge Soap (natural soaps, candles, diffusers and more); Migliorelli Farm (organic fruit and produce).

New this year: Local artisans selling their wares; guest chefs with cooking demonstrations.


8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Patriot Park on Route 9 (next to the Tarrytown Public Library at 121 N. Broadway). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Benmarl Winery; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Calkins Creamery (cheese); Dines Farm (eggs, poultry, beef); Gajeski Produce (vegetables, cut flowers); Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Monkshood Nursery (organic produce, cut flowers, herbs); The Orchards of Concklin (fruit, baked goods); Tierra Farm (organic nuts).

New this year: No new vendors.



9 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 21. Corner of Harmon and Fifth avenues (near 8 Fifth Ave.) 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Burt’s Mountain Honey; Jamaica Dream Farm (cut flowers, herbs); Migliorelli Farm (fruit, vegetables); Millbrook Vineyards; Sugar and Spice Bakeshop; Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Willow-Marsh Farm (cheese, yogurt).

New this year: Willow-Marsh Farm.

Pocantico Hills

(See Friday.)

Pound Ridge

Scotts Corner Farmers Market, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. through October. 65 Westchester Ave. (outside Antiques & Tools of Business & Kitchen). 914-764-0015.

Vendors: Clean Ridge Soap Company (soaps, lotions, candles); personal chef/caterer Angela Carey (pasta sauces, dips, dipping oils, pestos, natural-food specialties); Mrs. Larkin’s Bakery (scones, cookies); Rock Spring Farm and Village Nursery (plants); The Conant Valley Jam Company (jams); The Farmer’s Table (breads, muffins, soups); John Boy’s Farm (duck, goose and chicken eggs; quiche; smoked meats and fish, pate); Pied Piper Petting Farm: lambs, bunnies, chickens, ducks (fourth Sunday of the month).

New this year: On June 27, Pied Piper Petting Farm will have bunnies, chickens, ducks and a lamb (will likely return the fourth Sunday of each month). Plus, there’s a barbecue lunch and antiques market the second Sunday of each month.


8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. through Dec. 19. Parking lot 2 on Theodore Fremd Avenue. (behind the Purchase Street stores, behind 73 Purchase St.). 914-923-4837.

Vendors: Adair Vineyard; Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.; Bread Alone (artisanal bread); Calcutta Kitchens (prepared food); Doc Pickle; Dutch Desserts (tarts); Feather Ridge Farm (eggs, poultry); Kessman Farm (vegetables); Kiernan Farm (beef, honey, sausage); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Meredith’s Bread (baked goods); Millbrook Vineyards; Migliorelli Farm (fruit, vegetables); Millbrook Vineyards; Newgate Farm (baked goods, fruit); Pika’s Farm Table (prepared foods); Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Valley Shepherd Creamery (cheese and dairy products).

New this year: Kessman Farms. Also, from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, there will be a farmers market party at Le Pain Quotidien at 30 Purchase Street.


Muscoot Farm Farmers Market, 51 Route 100. 914-864-7286. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. through Oct. 24.

Vendors: Bombay Emerald Chutney Company (June 20, July 4, 18, 25, Aug. 1, 8, 2, Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 10, 17, 24); Clean Ridge Soap Company (second and fourth Sundays of each month); Dutch Desserts (tarts); Hudson Milk (milk, cheese, dairy); Hummingbird Ranch (honey, syrup, beeswax products); John Boy’s Farm (organic chickens, ducks, Berkshire pork, eggs, produce); Krazy for Kazu (Japanese style ginger dressing, barbecue sauces); Madura Farms (vegetables, mushrooms, flowers); Meredith’s Bread; Newgate Farms (produce, berries, greenhouse, cut flowers); North Winds Farm (lavender in all forms); Pickle Licious; Pika’s Quiche (Belgian quiches, savory tarts); Platte Clove Naturals (granola); Saratoga Peanut Butter.

New this year: Healthway Farms (unique potato varieties, fruit, vegetables); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil (natural, pure olive oil); Willow Tree Farm (perennials, annuals, shrubs). And we’ve heard good things about Adair Vineyards & Wines Blackberry Kir and summer peach wines.


10 a.m.-4 p.m. through November. Depot Square near the Tuckahoe Metro-North Station. 914-961-3100, Ext. 4.

Vendors: Big Girl Baking Co.; Rodwall Sales (breads); Westchester Greenhouse and Farms (fruits, vegetables and plants); M&M Italian Provisions (deli products, cheese).

Yorktown Heights

(See Friday.)


About Author

Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

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